KFC Cole Slaw Dupe

I really have a specific palette for cole slaw. I either hate it or love it. I’ve only loved three cole slaws in my life. Most disgust me.  Here, in South Carolina, I like Walmart’s cole slaw. Every other state I’ve tried it in, it was gross, as always with most cole slaws. I have, yet, too, to find a cole slaw for home made that I’ve ever liked.

I watched our Walmart deli make their cole slaw one morning as I waited to buy some and they didn’t put anything wet, that i saw into it. I saw dry ingredients and when I got it, it was dry. By the time I hit the register, it had formed this milky juice. I thought that was the secret to my failed slaws. I’ve always followed recipes with mayo in it.

However, when I was watching this video, I was intrigued because KFC cole slaw is one I can handle.  I’m impressed with the ingredients and they seem tasty to me.  (the third place is Sonny’s BBQ, of course!)  Anyway, this is worth trying. Let me know if you do and how it worked out, if you get to the cabbage at the store before I do. I prefer napa cabbage and yet it might be too delicate for this recipe.  Did I mention I really do love cabbage. I know that may seem strange to most but there isn’t a form of cabbage, except maybe Kimchi (I don’t know) that I don’t like.

Here’s the recipe and the video:

Enjoy! Please let me know what you think and/if you’ve tried this. And certainly come back and let me know if you liked it or not if you did try it. Have a bite for me and let me know. ~Heidi

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